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(Studio: Peter Jennings) President Bush shown signing the tax cut bill; details given of encouraging signs about the economy.
(New York: Betsy Stark) A reality check on where the economy is headed presented; details given about the mixed signals from the stock market, consumer confidence, mortgage refinancing, corporate profits & unemployment. [Economist John SILVIA- cautions about the stock market & consumer confidence as indicators about the economy.] [Market analyst Chuck HILL- comments on cost-cutting.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Commerce Department report on the demand in manufactured goods cited.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The rough forecast for the economy as indicated by business production examined; scenes shown from a Chicago plant. [Ace Industries Mike HOLEWINSKI- says there has been a steady downward trend in manufacturing; comments on cutting the work force.] [LaSalle bank economist Carl TANNENBAUM- says manufacturers are still reflecting caution.] The question of where & at what jobs will Americans work in the future noted.
- Jennings, Peter;
- Stark, Betsy;
- Reynolds, Dean
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